Striking workers at the Israel Postal Company put their stamp on a second day of a strike that has left citizens, the military and businesses without ground communication.
Bails, checks bad orders for IDF reservists cannot reach their destinations.
Employees are striking over management plans to fire 2,000 workers as part of a program to cut costs and to adapt to e-commerce and more efficient delivery systems.Jewish Press News Briefs
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